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Ronseal Diamond hard Steel blue Satin Garage floor paint, 5
A washable, steel blue garage floor paint in a satin finish. Covers up to 12 m² per litre and dries in 72 hours.
- Wire brush the floor & remove any dust, seal the floor with a stabilising solution if bare or if painted wipe it down with white spirit.
- Recommended for masonry
Features and benefits
This Diamond Hard garage floor paint will keep your floor protected and looking great. It's super tough so it'll stand up to oil leaks and fuel spills and leaves a finish that's tough enough to drive on.
- Tough enough to park your car
- Stands up to oil and grease spills
- Won't scuff or scratch
- Suitable for bare or previously painted floors
Health and safety
Please note that this item has additional safety or regulatory datasheets available. The product may have possible health and safety hazards covered in these documents. Refer to the container for full information and always follow the instructions.
|Application method||Brush, paint pad or roller|
|Drying time||72 h|
|Recoat time||4-6 hours|
|Minimum touch dry time||4h|
Not as good as it claims
MrFrewster - 5 month ago
I was really unsure about buying this paint…
Firstly I followed some of the other reviews and swept and swept and swept my garage floor religiously, before applying 3 coats of PVA.
It might have been better to stop there?
Anyway, I stirred the paint, mixed with water and applied the first coat.
The difficulty we had was the weather wasn’t good enough to empty the garage entirely and so we had to do half the garage at a time.
Anyway, I applied 2 coats, allowing ample time for drying. Even before I’d started on the other half of the floor, small areas were already flaking.
Anyway, I persevered, mixing the paint even longer and applied two more coats to the other half.
I waited for several days before walking on it, but again a few areas were already flaking.
The colour is nice, but this paint is expensive and does not do what it says on the tin….it is not diamond hard.
Buy garage floor mats instead
Not handy Andy - 8 month ago
I have invested in a total of 3 tins of the paint. Although we sealed the floor first three coats have come and gone like that. In the end we put down floor tiles. Easy, quick and look great. Bin the paint.
DO NOT BUY THIS PRODUCT
Anonymous - 1 year ago
This garage floor paint is awful, it does not live up to the performance claims they make in their marketing. The product is advertised as being “for the toughest garage floors”, “Diamond Hard”, “leaving a surface hard enough to drive on”, “tough & durable”.
Absolute rubbish. Do not waste your money.
Does not do what it says on the tin
KFD17 - 1 year ago
This is a great looking product when applied. There is a comprehensive list of instructions on the tin which were followed to the letter. 72 hours after applying the 3rd coat the garage was in use. The second time the car was removed from the garage the paint under all 4 wheels had lifted exposing bare concrete.
Email sent to Ronseal making them aware of the problem and asking for a solution. Received a holding reply. After 2 weeks sent a follow up email with pictures and now, one week later, still no reply. Clearly there is an issue with this product as shown by the number of negative reviews. Any help would be welcome.
Great floor paint
Frank533 - 1 year ago
I bought this product 3 weeks ago, I would recommend using a power drill powered mixer as my tin had seperated and took a while to mix.
The instructions are clear not to be used on powerfloated floors or polished floors. This is because you will have peel up.
I have a hand finished floor and it stuck very well. I have dragged my 500kg tool box over it and still hasn’t damaged it. The floor even has a sqeek when you walk on it! I left a little longer between coats and has come out ace!